- Londoners have voted the borough of Richmond whilst the happiest location to stay, with residents saying they’re never stuck for activities to do and rating the amenities as top-notch
- The borough will come in the top 20 of 130 places around the uk, with Kingston coming close 2nd and Bromley taking third spot
- The boroughs that require a little bit of cheering up are Barking & Dagenham in the bottom, and Hounslow which takes the next last spot
- Rightmove’s yearly Happy home Index requires residents to rate their particular geographic area on 12 factors that are combined to generate the joy element of 130 locations in the united states
Possibly it's the long strolls by the lake or maybe it’s all of the transportation backlinks into the center which have helped the borough of Richmond take the top place in Rightmove Happy yourself Index in 2010.
The yearly review asked over 2, 700 Londoners to rank several aspects in both their house plus their local community, with Richmond residents ranking the place high for feeling secure, liking the area location where they live, never being stuck for things to do and having first-class amenities.
2nd put Kingston scored extremely for residents saying these were content with your local upkeep of location.
The four happiest boroughs are in South London, while the bottom four are north of this river, maintaining the friendly rivalry between north and south Londoners well intact.
You'll find away just how happy residents within their borough say they have been by using the Happy at Home microsite offered by: www.rightmove.co.uk/viz/happy-at-home
What’s up in Barking?
And using the bottom area in London, Barking & Dagenham additionally emerged last in the complete of good Britain, with its own residents scoring it lowest for security, the maintenance for the area, amenities and neighbourliness. Despite people saying they’re unhappy here, asking rates within the borough are rushing before the areas, up 13.5% on a year ago, in addition to average selling price is much more on the basis of the national versus London one at £257, 180.